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Garbage Whale | Street Murals by Murmure Street
Garbage Whale | Street Murals by Murmure Street
Garbage Whale | Street Murals by Murmure Street
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Garbage Whale | Street Murals by Murmure Street

Garbage Whale - Street Murals

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For several months we have been developing our latest project : « Garb(age) » that will be revealed in our upcoming exhibition in Paris in 2020. This series of works are based on poetical and oniric twists of garbage bags. This object is a symbol of our era and society of consumerism, that invades our everyday life and environment.
We have been invited to the cultural festival V-Rox in Vladivostok (Russia) where we completed their first mural on the this theme.
This scaled 1/1 mural titled « Garbage Whale » represent a garbage bag whale, a zoomorphic trash that serves as a reminder of the ecological disaster that is the « seventh continent » of plastic through the representation of this gracious and placid endangered animal.
This acrylic painting was completed with brushes in order to give a manual rendering where the brush stroke brings life to the mural.

Item Garbage Whale
Created by Murmure Street
As seen in Pogranichnaya Ulitsa, 6, Vladivostok, Russia
Murmure Street
Meet the Creator
Wescover creator since 2019
Murmure Street is a French street artist duo composed of Paul Ressencourt and Simon Roche.
Both graduates of Fine Arts schools, they intervene in the streets since 2010, covering the walls of our cities with drawn characters, ephemeral exhibitions and murals.
The main focus of Murmure Street is to create playful, dreamlike and poetical artworks interacting with the urban environment they are set in. Although there is always a message when created by the artists, everyone is free to interpret Murmure’s work as they wish.
Depending on the nature of the project Murmure Street is involved in, they will use different techniques ranging from free hand painting, drawing, stencil (mostly for shadows) and paste-up. Combined with acrylic, spray paint and black chalk, Murmure Street aims for an hyper realistic rendering mixed with surrealism making their graphic signature unique.